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On 11/27/2021 at 8:48 PM, 7heaven said:


The substantiations have been discussed earlier this year when Biden first canceled the keystone project. Your refusal to acknowledge them does not mean there is lack of substantiation.

 

You always say that this is your substantiation. But I can post here at least 500 posts of yours that don't contain any single piece of substantiation.

 

It is a fact that 95% of your posts do not contain any substantiation at all and are just a summary of phrases.

 

It seems to be something of your own imagination that you think your posts are substantiated.

 

Everyone at BW can see that your posts lack substantiation.

 

I am not the only one here who made this complaint against your posts.

 

 

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On 11/27/2021 at 8:47 PM, singalion said:

 

This is your own opinion and as such another slogan.

 

As usual your post was void of any substantiation or evidence to support your point of view.

 

It is a fact that the media has concluded unanimously that the rising prices are due to a surge in demand in oil and gas in the US. (AND NOTHING ELSE)

 

Nobody sees the cause in "hostile legislation in the US" as the cause of rising prices. It is backed by demand surges and OPEC keeping low production at covid levels.

 

Can you please take some efforts in reading the articles instead of posting or repeating your same wrong politically motivated nonsense slogans over and over.

 

Here is the evidence that what I posted is correct:

 

Oil prices reach multi-year highs on tight supply

Reuters October 26, 2021

 

Oil prices reached multi-year highs on Monday before steadying, as tight global supply and strengthening fuel demand in the United States and beyond supported prices.

 

 

Oil price rises above $80 for first time in three years

Published 28 September 2021 BBC
 
Analysts believe that oil prices will continue to rise amid surging demand and tight supplies.
 
However, demand has been rising in recent months as economies around the world have started to reopen.
 

Oil exporters group Opec has also said there will be a surge in demand, but expects this to be slightly lower, at about 370,000 extra barrels a day.

During the pandemic, several members of the Opec+ group of producers, which includes ally Russia and several other countries, cut output and have since been having trouble ramping up to meet recovering demand.


Lol. Forbes already mentioned it is due to hostile legislation in US that caused surge in oil prices. 

 

Have a read again. This article had been quoted earlier here. 

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But here’s the thing. Whether you think it was the right thing to do, the reality is that passing legislation that is hostile to the U.S. oil and gas industry makes it even more difficult for domestic production to bounce back. So, instead of asking Russia and OPEC to pump more oil, we could look internally to what we could do in the U.S. to pump more oil. 

https://www.forbes.com/sites/rrapier/2021/11/02/sorry-president-biden-this-is-not-opecs-fault/?sh=259299422561

 

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On 11/27/2021 at 8:49 PM, singalion said:

 

We have already debunked your same nonsensical post  some months back.

 

As again there is no substantiation.

 

There was no report or any academic to came to a conclusion that not constructing  the Keystone XL extension it would lead to higher oil prices.

 

This is once again a mere invention made by you.

 


There is no debunking whatsoever and it is crystal clear Biden’s cancellation of Keystone project in resulted in destruction of US oil independence and subsequent surge in pump prices. Not only that, jobs were lost. 

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By the way, most experts have concluded that the strategic oil reserves are already outdated.

The Congress (with Republicans in the past) have decided to reduce the oil reserves acknowledging above.

 

 

Is the reserve still necessary?

Because the U.S. is today a net petroleum exporter, the Strategic Petroleum Reserve has entered a new era. Some of its original rationale and function – to be used in emergencies to ensure the U.S. has a steady supply of oil – are gone.

 

And efforts to reduce global carbon emissions and the use of oil – for example, with more electric cars and other vehicles on the road – will likely only reduce the need for such a reserve.

 

Indeed, Congress has recognized the reality that oil exports have been declining. It mandated annual sales from the reserve beginning in 2017 and extending through 2028 – for a total of 271 million barrels.

 

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On 11/27/2021 at 8:51 PM, singalion said:

 

You always say that this is your substantiation. But I can post here at least 500 posts of yours that don't contain any single piece of substantiation.

 

It is a fact that 95% of your posts do not contain any substantiation at all and are just a summary of phrases.

 

It seems to be something of your own imagination that you think your posts are substantiated.

 

Everyone at BW can see that your posts lack substantiation.

 

I am not the only one here who made this complaint against your posts.

 

 


Go ahead and spam this thread but your effort will lead to nowhere as the substantiations will be there but it’s just your refusal to accept them that is the issue. Cannot help you.

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On 11/27/2021 at 8:56 PM, singalion said:

By the way, most experts have concluded that the strategic oil reserves are already outdated.

The Congress (with Republicans in the past) have decided to reduce the oil reserves acknowledging above.

 

 

Is the reserve still necessary?

Because the U.S. is today a net petroleum exporter, the Strategic Petroleum Reserve has entered a new era. Some of its original rationale and function – to be used in emergencies to ensure the U.S. has a steady supply of oil – are gone.

 

And efforts to reduce global carbon emissions and the use of oil – for example, with more electric cars and other vehicles on the road – will likely only reduce the need for such a reserve.

 

Indeed, Congress has recognized the reality that oil exports have been declining. It mandated annual sales from the reserve beginning in 2017 and extending through 2028 – for a total of 271 million barrels.

 


If they are outdated why is Biden still releasing 50 million barrels of oil from the reserves to cause more carbon emissions and resultant damage to the environment? 

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On 11/27/2021 at 8:55 PM, 7heaven said:


There is no debunking whatsoever and it is crystal clear Biden’s cancellation of Keystone project in resulted in destruction of US oil independence and subsequent surge in pump prices. Not only that, jobs were lost. 

 

Repeat repeat of the same slogan again.

 

Yes it was already debunked.

 

Your points of view don't bear any validity and don't stand with any facts.

 

There is no evidence that supports your view that

 

a) Biden has destroyed the US oil independence

b)  not building the Keystone pipeline XL resulted in a rise of oil prices

 

Same as your post does not contain any substantiation.

 

You can go ahead and shout your slogans into BW...

Nobody will take them serious.

 

 

 

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On 11/27/2021 at 8:57 PM, 7heaven said:


Go ahead and spam this thread but your effort will lead to nowhere as the substantiations will be there but it’s just your refusal to accept them that is the issue. Cannot help you.

 

It is not spamming it is a fact.

 

Who would accept something to be substantiated when it is obvious that your posts lack substantiation???

 

Do you want me to compile all your posts which only contain politically charged slogans and are devoid of any substantiation???

 

It is a matter of your personal claim and mere imagination that your posts contain substantiation of what you claim at BW, while in fact your posts are not substantiated at all.

 

 

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On 11/27/2021 at 9:00 PM, singalion said:

 

Repeat repeat of the same slogan again.

 

Yes it was already debunked.

 

Your points of view don't bear any validity and don't stand with any facts.

 

There is no evidence that supports your view that

 

a) Biden has destroyed the US oil independence

b) that not building the Keystone pipeline XL resulted in oil prices

 

Same as your post does not contain any substantiation.

 

You can go ahead and shout your slogans into BW...

Nobody will take them serious.

 

 

 


Repeat repeat of the same non-debunked fact that Biden cancellation of keystone led to surge in pump prices and loss of jobs. 
 

Nobody will fail to recognise this. 

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On 11/27/2021 at 9:03 PM, singalion said:

 

It is not spamming it is a fact.

 

Who would accept something to be substantiated when it is obvious that your posts lack substantiation???

 

Do you want me to compile all your posts which only contain politically charged slogans and are devoid of any substantiation???

 

It is a matter of your personal claim and mere imagination that your posts contain substantiation of what you claim at BW, while in fact your posts are not substantiated at all.

 

 


You don’t have to ask me because you can spam all you want, but it will just further show how wrong you are that there are no substantiation and it is your opinion that they are politically charged slogans. 

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On 11/27/2021 at 7:45 PM, 7heaven said:


Another of your usual tactic which is to gaslight. You said nobody is blaming Biden for rising prices. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Lol. Please do not pander your own imagined world realities here and confuse people. 
 

Have a listen even Biden’s own Democrats are blaming him: 
 

 

 

 

By the way there is no admission in the video from that Representative.

 

Someone (same as the Waller style) is just inventing something.

 

The congress member is not blaming Biden on rising prices. It is just that the twitter account under this Congressional Leadership fund claims that she admitted something.

 

The lady in video is just saying that she is a member of Congress ringing the alarm bell on rising prices. 

 

Totally taken out of context and creation of "admissions" where are not there.

 

Strange that you always only have some one sided tweeters to support your points or as attempts to substantiate your posts.

 

Please search for neutral evidence.

 

Nobody with some intellect would post partisan twitter tweets to substantiate something.

 

This is as if Zimbabwe's ex president Mobutu had contributed something on the opposition claiming unfair elections from his own party program indicating the fairness of elections in that country.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On 11/27/2021 at 9:07 PM, 7heaven said:


You don’t have to ask me because you can spam all you want, but it will just further show how wrong you are that there are no substantiation and it is your opinion that they are politically charged slogans. 

 

You can go ahead and imagine in your world that your posts are substantiated and do not contain politically charged slogans.

 

Just go ahead...

 

But I don't think other Members will share your view...

 

 

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On 11/27/2021 at 9:05 PM, 7heaven said:


Yeah, Biden is desperate to save his political career so he had to resort to releasing 50 million barrels of oil to lower pump prices. 

 

Fact: your post contains no substantiation at all. It is just a slogan phrase .

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On 11/27/2021 at 9:04 PM, 7heaven said:


Repeat repeat of the same non-debunked fact that Biden cancellation of keystone led to surge in pump prices and loss of jobs. 
 

Nobody will fail to recognise this. 

 

But why did then at that time some months ago at BW also Nightingale debunked your slogan and objected to your view?

 

Need me to pull it out again?

 

Everyone recognised this.

 

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On 11/27/2021 at 9:13 PM, singalion said:

 

By the way there is no admission in the video from that Representative.

 

Someone (same as the Waller style) is just inventing something.

 

The congress member is not blaming Biden on rising prices. It is just that the twitter account under this Congressional Leadership fund claims that she admitted something.

 

The lady in video is just saying that she is a member of Congress ringing the alarm bell on rising prices. 

 

Totally taken out of context and creation of "admissions" where are not there.

 

Strange that you always only have some one sided tweeters to support your points or as attempts to substantiate your posts.

 

Please search for neutral evidence.

 

Nobody with some intellect would post partisan twitter tweets to substantiate something.

 

This is as if Zimbabwe's ex president Mobutu had contributed something on the opposition claiming unfair elections from his own party program indicating the fairness of elections in that country.

 

 

 

 

 

 


There was incontrovertible admission the buck stops at the top which is Biden for causing surge in pump prices. 

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On 11/27/2021 at 9:14 PM, singalion said:

 

You can go ahead and imagine in your world that your posts are substantiated and do not contain politically charged slogans.

 

Just go ahead...

 

But I don't think other Members will share your view...

 

 


What u think is not important because objective readers here will recognise the substantiation of Biden’s failures on multiple fronts. This is confirmed by Biden’s and Kamala’s dismal poll numbers. 

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On 11/27/2021 at 9:17 PM, singalion said:

 

But why did then at that time some months ago at BW also Nightingale debunked your slogan and objected to your view?

 

Need me to pull it out again?

 

Everyone recognised this.

 


Lol. Nightingale attempt at debunk means it is successful? Is he infallible like Biden and Kamala? 

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And once again: Here is for everyone at BW to recognise and evidence how 7heaven repeatedly posts untruths at BW:

 

On 11/26/2021 at 1:27 AM, 7heaven said:

Biden releasing 50 million barrels of oil. What happened to his wanting to fight climate change? And why is he coordinating with other countries to pump more oil? Shutting down gas pipelines in US then release oil from reserves that are meant for emergencies like wars. 

 

On 11/27/2021 at 2:06 AM, 7heaven said:

Evidence shows that we should not blame OPEC for high oil price surges in US. It’s Biden‘s policies of cancelling of Keystone and Enbridge gas pipelines and other hostile legislations. 

 

 

It is a fact that the Enbridge pipeline has never been cancelled or discontinued by Biden.

The same as the previous claim by 7heaven that the pipeline was shut down was never true.

The Enbridge pipeline was up and running all the time without any interruption

 

Evidence:

 

17 November 2021 Bloomberg:

Enbridge Inc. won the latest round in its long-running battle to stop Michigan’s governor from shutting an oil pipeline that crosses the Great Lakes after a judge ruled that the case should remain in Federal court.

 

Judge Janet Neff of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan Southern Division rejected Michigan’s effort to send the case over Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s order for Enbridge to shut its Line 5 pipeline to state court. The case “is properly in federal court,” according to the ruling. 

 

 

=> Enbridge pipeline 5 has never been shut down.

 

=> 7heaven once again has been caught for having distorted the truth and posted untruths at BW.

 

 

It is obvious that 7heaven has serious problems in keeping up with facts and stating the truth.

 

 

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On 11/27/2021 at 9:24 PM, 7heaven said:


There was incontrovertible admission the buck stops at the top which is Biden for causing surge in pump prices. 

 

Same misinterpretation as that twitter guy did.

 

The fact is that it does not serve as any serious evidence for your claim.

 

We can stop here.

 

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On 11/27/2021 at 9:26 PM, 7heaven said:


What u think is not important because objective readers here will recognise the substantiation of Biden’s failures on multiple fronts. This is confirmed by Biden’s and Kamala’s dismal poll numbers. 

 

Another unsubstantiated slogan in a new dress?

 

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On 11/27/2021 at 9:27 PM, 7heaven said:


Fact; Biden is desperately trying to save his political career by releasing 50 million barrels of oil in hope to lower pump prices. 

 

But you failed to explain why then 15 other countries are doing exactly the same to get crude prices down???

 

Please explain to us why other Country leaders commit such acts (if there are such at all)? They are all desperate to save their political careers?

 

Explain please?

 

See how your slogans fall apart like a house build of cards!

 

 

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17 November 2021 Bloomberg:

Enbridge Inc. won the latest round in its long-running battle to stop Michigan’s governor from shutting an oil pipeline that crosses the Great Lakes after a judge ruled that the case should remain in Federal court.

 

Judge Janet Neff of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan Southern Division rejected Michigan’s effort to send the case over Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s order for Enbridge to shut its Line 5 pipeline to state court. The case “is properly in federal court,” according to the ruling. 

 

On 11/27/2021 at 2:06 AM, 7heaven said:

Evidence shows that we should not blame OPEC for high oil price surges in US. It’s Biden‘s policies of cancelling of Keystone and Enbridge gas pipelines and other hostile legislations. 

 

 

 

The same as this article totally debunked the (nonsensical) claim made by 7heaven in the past days that Biden caused the price increases with oil and gas through his policy.

 

7heaven would need to explain how a never shut down gas pipeline (Enbridge) and a crude oil pipeline that was not even started to be built and would only be operating in 10 years (Keystone XL) could contribute to price increases of oil and gas caused by Biden at the moment???

 

 

It is obvious that 7heaven chose again to make himself to the laughing stock at BW.

 

 

 

 

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On 11/27/2021 at 9:42 PM, singalion said:

 

And once again: Here is for everyone at BW to recognise and evidence how 7heaven repeatedly posts untruths at BW:

 

 

 

 

It is a fact that the Enbridge pipeline has never been cancelled or discontinued by Biden.

The same as the previous claim by 7heaven that the pipeline was shut down was never true.

The Enbridge pipeline was up and running all the time without any interruption

 

Evidence:

 

17 November 2021 Bloomberg:

Enbridge Inc. won the latest round in its long-running battle to stop Michigan’s governor from shutting an oil pipeline that crosses the Great Lakes after a judge ruled that the case should remain in Federal court.

 

Judge Janet Neff of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan Southern Division rejected Michigan’s effort to send the case over Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s order for Enbridge to shut its Line 5 pipeline to state court. The case “is properly in federal court,” according to the ruling. 

 

 

=> Enbridge pipeline 5 has never been shut down.

 

=> 7heaven once again has been caught for having distorted the truth and posted untruths at BW.

 

 

It is obvious that 7heaven has serious problems in keeping up with facts and stating the truth.

 

 


Lol. The fact that it was mooted by Biden sent shivers down people spines and spoke the oil and gas markets especially after Biden cancelled the keystone project. Right now, you are desperate for a win after being unable to refute Biden’s hypocrisy in releasing 50 million barrels of oil while claiming he is concerned about the environment and climate change. 

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On 11/27/2021 at 9:43 PM, singalion said:

 

Same misinterpretation as that twitter guy did.

 

The fact is that it does not serve as any serious evidence for your claim.

 

We can stop here.

 


When presented with substantial evidence, you dismiss it as misrepresentation because it does not fit your narrative. 
 

You may stop here. 

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On 11/27/2021 at 9:48 PM, singalion said:

 

But you failed to explain why then 15 other countries are doing exactly the same to get crude prices down???

 

Please explain to us why other Country leaders commit such acts (if there are such at all)? They are all desperate to save their political careers?

 

Explain please?

 

See how your slogans fall apart like a house build of cards!

 

 


This thread is about US politics and not about 15other countries. 
 

Why can’t the other 15 countries’ leaders like Biden is desperate to save their political careers? It ain’t that hard to believe so. 

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On 11/27/2021 at 10:14 PM, singalion said:

 

17 November 2021 Bloomberg:

Enbridge Inc. won the latest round in its long-running battle to stop Michigan’s governor from shutting an oil pipeline that crosses the Great Lakes after a judge ruled that the case should remain in Federal court.

 

Judge Janet Neff of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan Southern Division rejected Michigan’s effort to send the case over Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s order for Enbridge to shut its Line 5 pipeline to state court. The case “is properly in federal court,” according to the ruling. 

 

 

 

The same as this article totally debunked the (nonsensical) claim made by 7heaven in the past days that Biden caused the price increases with oil and gas through his policy.

 

7heaven would need to explain how a never shut down gas pipeline (Enbridge) and a crude oil pipeline that was not even started to be built and would only be operating in 10 years (Keystone XL) could contribute to price increases of oil and gas caused by Biden at the moment???

 

 

It is obvious that 7heaven chose again to make himself to the laughing stock at BW.

 


It is obvious you are distracting from the key issue of why Biden is desperately releasing 50 million barrels of oil but yet cancelling Keystone and Enbridge projects which destroy energy independence of US. 
 

Next, Biden and the Democrats talk about saving the environment and climate change yet they are willing to burn 50 million barrels of oil and pollute the environment. Such hypocrisy is characteristics of Biden’s policies and his administration. 

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On 11/28/2021 at 12:07 AM, 7heaven said:


When presented with substantial evidence, you dismiss it as misrepresentation because it does not fit your narrative. 
 

You may stop here. 

 

You confuse the content of the real video interview with that House representative with the comment that the twitter account holder made on the interview. Then, you take the comment from the twitter account holder as a fact.

 

This is your error.

 

With" bucks are on the top" the representative was saying money or prices always are on a top priority. That's all.

 

Since when is that any valid evidence?

 

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On 11/28/2021 at 9:40 AM, singalion said:

 

You confuse the content of the real video interview with that House representative with the comment that the twitter account holder made on the interview. Then, you take the comment from the twitter account holder as a fact.

 

This is your error.

 

With" bucks are on the top" the representative was saying money or prices always are on a top priority. That's all.

 

Since when is that any valid evidence?

 


The lady in the interview was discussing about gas price increase.
 

She said there were a few contributing factors for the gas price increase and later stated specifically that “The buck stops with the President.” She specifically named the President. Her choice of word is precise and exact. 

 

The President is Joe Biden, and the buck stops with him. He is responsible for the surge in gas prices. 

 

On 11/28/2021 at 9:40 AM, singalion said:

With" bucks are on the top" the representative was saying money or prices always are on a top priority. That's all.


^As is usual, you r using your distraction tactic. However, in this instance it is so laughable to grossly misinterpret bucks are in the top to mean “…money or prices always are in a top priority.” Lol. Reposting the video again for readers to listen again:
 

 

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On 11/28/2021 at 11:11 AM, 7heaven said:


The lady in the interview was discussing about gas price increase.
 

She said there were a few contributing factors for the gas price increase and later stated specifically that “The buck stops with the President.” She specifically named the President. Her choice of word is precise and exact. 

 

The President is Joe Biden, and the buck stops with him. He is responsible for the surge in gas prices. 

 


^As is usual, you r using your distraction tactic. However, in this instance it is so laughable to grossly misinterpret bucks are in the top to mean “…money or prices always are in a top priority.” Lol. Reposting the video again for readers to listen again:
 

 

 

 

We all know what she meant, however, there is no admission. This has been added by the twitter account holder who created an image as if there was any admission.

 

Attributing the price increases to the President and alleging he caused them is, which the House Representative did not say at all but is the expression of opinion of that twitter account holder. 

 

You always confuse personal opinions with facts. It is not any fact when someone voices any such opinion. From that viewpoint the twitter tweet is already ineligible to count as any serious evidence of facts.

 

The major point to me is that I don't count much on twitter tweets as people are writing their personal subjective opinions or claims. It doesn't count much as substantive evidence or representing facts. Opinions are not facts.

 

Most relevant:

Biden might be in charge of trying to alleviate the consequences of price surges (the buck stops at the top) but all these 3 last months you have been trying to paint a narrative that Biden himself has caused the price increases or inflation. And this simply is not correct as I rightly have pointed out at my posts.

 

As usual you are only voicing certain claims but lack the supportive facts to evidence your claims.

 

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On 11/28/2021 at 12:17 AM, 7heaven said:

It is obvious you are distracting from the key issue of why Biden is desperately releasing 50 million barrels of oil but yet cancelling Keystone and Enbridge projects which destroy energy independence of US. 
 

 

You are repeating your truth distortions again even after you had already been caught red handed in spreading untruths at BW:

 

Biden never cancelled the Enbridge pipeline.

 

Please present any evidence that Biden cancelled the Enbridge pipeline!

 

 

17 November 2021 Bloomberg:

Enbridge Inc. won the latest round in its long-running battle to stop Michigan’s governor from shutting an oil pipeline that crosses the Great Lakes after a judge ruled that the case should remain in Federal court.

 

Judge Janet Neff of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan Southern Division rejected Michigan’s effort to send the case over Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s order for Enbridge to shut its Line 5 pipeline to state court. The case “is properly in federal court,” according to the ruling. 

 

 

=> Enbridge pipeline 5 has never been shut down or cancelled. Biden has never been involved of any cancellation of any of the 50 Enbridge pipelines.

 

7heaven please be truthful in your posts.

 

 

=> 7heaven once again has been caught for deliberately continuing his truth distortions and posting untruths at BW.

 

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On 11/28/2021 at 12:17 AM, 7heaven said:

the key issue

 

The key issue is that prices have been increasing to unhealthy levels and damaging the content of the wallets of poorer people.

 

This is the key issue.

 

However your explanation of the real causes and blame contribution is not represented by any facts and are just unsubstantiated  CLAIMS.

 

As usual your posts just amount to voicing slogans but lack any substantiation.

 

Further, in all parts the evidence presented at BW debunked your slogans.

 

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Besides that, you, 7heaven,  are falling back into your bad habit of obsessively compulsively repeating your same unsubstantiated biased slogans again and again. 

 

You have been caught various times in this same quite mentally deranged trait.

 

I had to repeatedly remind you on this deranged idiosyncrasy of yours.

 

We, BW readers, just draw our conclusions on your state.

 

 

If you don't support your awkwardly repeated slogan containing posts with any single facts then nobody will take them serious at all.

 

 

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On 11/28/2021 at 12:18 PM, singalion said:

 

You are repeating your truth distortions again even after you had already been caught red handed in spreading untruths at BW:

 

Biden never cancelled the Enbridge pipeline.

 

Please present any evidence that Biden cancelled the Enbridge pipeline!

 

 

17 November 2021 Bloomberg:

Enbridge Inc. won the latest round in its long-running battle to stop Michigan’s governor from shutting an oil pipeline that crosses the Great Lakes after a judge ruled that the case should remain in Federal court.

 

Judge Janet Neff of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan Southern Division rejected Michigan’s effort to send the case over Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s order for Enbridge to shut its Line 5 pipeline to state court. The case “is properly in federal court,” according to the ruling. 

 

 

=> Enbridge pipeline 5 has never been shut down or cancelled. Biden has never been involved of any cancellation of any of the 50 Enbridge pipelines.

 

7heaven please be truthful in your posts.

 

 

=> 7heaven once again has been caught for deliberately continuing his truth distortions and posting untruths at BW.

 


The message from Biden on cancelling the Keystone and Enbridge projects have sent chilling message to the world and US. Such acts would destroy US energy independence and this is evident from the fact that Biden is begging OPEC+ to supply more oil, and when that failed, he had to draw on the Strategic Petroleum Reserves meant for emergency to save his political career.

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On 11/28/2021 at 12:28 PM, singalion said:

 

The key issue is that prices have been increasing to unhealthy levels and damaging the content of the wallets of poorer people.

 

This is the key issue.

 

However your explanation of the real causes and blame contribution is not represented by any facts and are just unsubstantiated  CLAIMS.

 

As usual your posts just amount to voicing slogans but lack any substantiation.

 

Further, in all parts the evidence presented at BW debunked your slogans.

 


The key issue is why is Biden desperately releasing 50 million barrels of oil but yet cancelling Keystone and Enbridge projects which destroyed energy independence in US? 

 

These are the truths which you are unable to accept and simply dismiss as unsubstantiated claims. Biden has already stated publicly he is going to release 50million barrels of oil. How can it then be unsubstantiated claims? You have failed spectacularly to debunk anything. 

 

 

On 11/28/2021 at 12:17 AM, 7heaven said:


It is obvious you are distracting from the key issue of why Biden is desperately releasing 50 million barrels of oil but yet cancelling Keystone and Enbridge projects which destroy energy independence of US. 
 

Next, Biden and the Democrats talk about saving the environment and climate change yet they are willing to burn 50 million barrels of oil and pollute the environment. Such hypocrisy is characteristics of Biden’s policies and his administration. 

 

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On 11/28/2021 at 12:39 PM, singalion said:

Besides that, you, 7heaven,  are falling back into your bad habit of obsessively compulsively repeating your same unsubstantiated biased slogans again and again. 

 

You have been caught various times in this same quite mentally deranged trait.

 

I had to repeatedly remind you on this deranged idiosyncrasy of yours.

 

We, BW readers, just draw our conclusions on your state.

 

 

If you don't support your awkwardly repeated slogan containing posts with any single facts then nobody will take them serious at all.

 

 


Lol. You, singalion are falling back into your usual habit and tactics of distraction, diversion, digression or narrowly focusing on semantics to fit your own agenda and narrative.
 

When these tactics of yours fail, you will self-declare posts from people that point out the reality you refuse to accept as unsubstantiated biased slogans and claim that nobody will take them serious at all. 
 

Readers here are all too familiar with your tactics. 

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On 11/28/2021 at 12:06 PM, singalion said:

 

 

We all know what she meant, however, there is no admission. This has been added by the twitter account holder who created an image as if there was any admission.

 

Attributing the price increases to the President and alleging he caused them is, which the House Representative did not say at all but is the expression of opinion of that twitter account holder. 

 

You always confuse personal opinions with facts. It is not any fact when someone voices any such opinion. From that viewpoint the twitter tweet is already ineligible to count as any serious evidence of facts.

 

The major point to me is that I don't count much on twitter tweets as people are writing their personal subjective opinions or claims. It doesn't count much as substantive evidence or representing facts. Opinions are not facts.

 

Most relevant:

Biden might be in charge of trying to alleviate the consequences of price surges (the buck stops at the top) but all these 3 last months you have been trying to paint a narrative that Biden himself has caused the price increases or inflation. And this simply is not correct as I rightly have pointed out at my posts.

 

As usual you are only voicing certain claims but lack the supportive facts to evidence your claims.

 


The Twitter account holder quoted word for word what the Democratic House Representative lady said, which is “The buck stops with the President.
 

In the Twitter post, there was a video to show proof what she said, so it is clearly not the opinion of the Twitter account holder but exactly what the House Representative said. Being from the Democratic Party which is the same as Biden, for her to say the buck stops with Biden is very telling. 


Reposting the video here for all to see how there was admission by the House of Representative that the surge in prices are on Biden. 

 

 

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On 11/26/2021 at 11:11 PM, singalion said:

I am not aware what "Jeopardy" is but I assume it is a quiz show on TV.

But I assume most people know that I have gained quite a broad knowledge on different subjects.

 

It is a matter of common usage of certain words such as "impeached" or "successfully impeached" shall stand for having gone through the full procedure of impeachment until removal. As I showed you find evidence in the media. You will also find news articles that say these three were not "convicted". While I admit that the common usage may not completely represent the different steps in the involved procedures of impeachment.

 

This is utterly embarrassing, as someone who has never heard of "Jeopardy" on the one hand, claims to "have gained quite a broad knowledge on different subjects" on the other hand. What a freaking joke. GTFOH with that SAMFBS.

 

"Jeopardy" is not simply a quiz show ... but the greatest quiz show in television history ... and you should feel humiliated saying you are not aware of it. That would mean your "broad knowledge" doesn't include a show about knowledge.

 

Anyway, the media's "definition" of impeachment and common usage of the term would mean nothing on "Jeopardy" or any other quiz show, because the actual text of the U.S. Constitution is their only true authority on such an issue.

 

So what does the U.S. Constitution say? It says the House impeaches (or votes down such an effort) and the Senate removes (or declines to remove as in the cases of Andrew Johnson, Bill Clinton, and the twice-disgraced Donald Trump.

 

In terms of the media and common belief, the media promoted Trump as a fabulously successful billionaire real estate tycoon, when he was actually a multi-time bankrupt con artist known to have ruined every business he ever started.

 

The media, lazy reporters, and uneducated laymen can all miss me with their common usage. The U.S. Constitution says the House impeaches, and the Senate removes, so the process should be referred to as Impeachment & Removal.

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On 11/28/2021 at 7:45 AM, Guest Lachrymosed Yourself said:

 

This is utterly embarrassing, as someone who has never heard of "Jeopardy" on the one hand, claims to "have gained quite a broad knowledge on different subjects" on the other hand. What a freaking joke. GTFOH with that SAMFBS.

 

"Jeopardy" is not simply a quiz show ... but the greatest quiz show in television history ... and you should feel humiliated saying you are not aware of it. That would mean your "broad knowledge" doesn't include a show about knowledge.

 

Anyway, the media's "definition" of impeachment and common usage of the term would mean nothing on "Jeopardy" or any other quiz show, because the actual text of the U.S. Constitution is their only true authority on such an issue.

 

So what does the U.S. Constitution say? It says the House impeaches (or votes down such an effort) and the Senate removes (or declines to remove as in the cases of Andrew Johnson, Bill Clinton, and the twice-disgraced Donald Trump.

 

In terms of the media and common belief, the media promoted Trump as a fabulously successful billionaire real estate tycoon, when he was actually a multi-time bankrupt con artist known to have ruined every business he ever started.

 

The media, lazy reporters, and uneducated laymen can all miss me with their common usage. The U.S. Constitution says the House impeaches, and the Senate removes, so the process should be referred to as Impeachment & Removal.

 

Yes, the show "Jeopardy" should be nearly universal knowledge.  But for practical reasons, all this can affect @singalion is that if he ever participates in this show,  he should not choose the topic "quiz shows".

 

 

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On 11/27/2021 at 11:59 PM, Guest Mr. Big said:

ating You really need to stay away from co celebrateing Thanksgiving. 

 

Its glorifying the taking away from the indigenous people of pre America. 

 

Till today , there is no justice for them . 

 

Sad plight. 

 

Some say its cultural genocide. 

 

What do you think.

 

https://youtu.be/qy1tvor1mRw

 

I agree with you.  For the sake of inclusiveness, the celebration of Thanksgiving should be eliminated, because it was not an occasion for American Indians to give thanks about.  Just the contrary.

 

It was the case of people who for political and religious reasons left Europe and settled as White Superior people in America. And the Indians they displaced were darker inferior creatures better suited as servants. 

 

But other holidays don't have any stronger justifications.  Christmas is not there to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ anymore.  He only participates now as some figures of a baby being sold with the rest of the nativity scene to display with nice colored lights.

 

But perhaps Thanksgiving stimulates the negative karma of America,  in the form of increased disease and mortality from the Covid-19 spread through the crowds, plus obesity from extreme binging of turkey and other stuff,  plus the burning of additional millions of gallons of gas to move the fat bodies around the country.

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On 11/28/2021 at 10:59 PM, Steve5380 said:

 

Yes, the show "Jeopardy" should be nearly universal knowledge.  But for practical reasons, all this can affect @singalion is that if he ever participates in this show,  he should not choose the topic "quiz shows".

 

 

 

I don't see that there is something to be embarrassed about...

 

Broad knowledge does not mean you know everything. 

 

I never said I profess to know everything. But in my own perception I think I know more than the average American... 

 

The US has that many tv channels and programs, nobody would manage to have hold of all. 

 

As the TV in Singapore is so boring and underdeveloped, I don't watch TV here at all. 

 

I disconnected the fibre tv from starhub also as the S$ 65 per month was a waste of money and starhub changed the channels or let's say wanted more money per month when I just did not renew. 

 

And US TV channels wouldn't be on top of my list. Maybe just National Geographic...

 

I don't think watching Quiz shows has any relevance to general knowledge or any importance to know about quiz shows and knowing about Quiz shows is more something trivial. 

 

But as you see, I learned something new!

 

But to the Guest LachryMoser I got a quiz question: 

 

Quiz shows on US TV would fall under the ambit of which amendment to the US constitution?

 

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On 11/28/2021 at 1:44 PM, 7heaven said:


The Twitter account holder quoted word for word what the Democratic House Representative lady said, which is “The buck stops with the President.
 

In the Twitter post, there was a video to show proof what she said, so it is clearly not the opinion of the Twitter account holder but exactly what the House Representative said. Being from the Democratic Party which is the same as Biden, for her to say the buck stops with Biden is very telling. 


Reposting the video here for all to see how there was admission by the House of Representative that the surge in prices are on Biden. 

 

 

 

You are better advised to watch that video again.

 

And with the words of the House Representative lady said, which is “The buck stops with the President.

she admitted that the price increases in the US are caused by the US president?

 

Look what that expression means:

 

Collins:

If you say 'The buck stops here' or 'The buck stops with me', you mean that you have to take responsibility for something and will not try to pass the responsibility on to someone else.

 

=> It means Biden is in charge to do something about it, but it does not mean it is Biden's fault or he is the source of causation.

 

From that angle the House rep lady can't have voiced any admission.

 

It stands that the twitter account holder put words into the video that the House representative never said and never meant to say nor implied.

 

 

You maybe can fool Dick and Harry but you won't fool us BW readers...

 

 

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On 11/28/2021 at 10:06 AM, singalion said:

 

I don't see that there is something to be embarrassed about...

 

Broad knowledge does not mean you know everything. 

 

I never said I profess to know everything. But in my own perception I think I know more than the average American... 

 

The US has that many tv channels and programs, nobody would manage to have hold of all. 

 

As the TV in Singapore is so boring and underdeveloped, I don't watch TV here at all. 

 

I disconnected the fibre tv from starhub also as the S$ 65 per month was a waste of money and starhub changed the channels or let's say wanted more money per month when I just did not renew. 

 

And US TV channels wouldn't be on top of my list. Maybe just National Geographic...

 

I don't think watching Quiz shows has any relevance to general knowledge or any importance to know about quiz shows and knowing about Quiz shows is more something trivial. 

 

But as you see, I learned something new!

 

But to the Guest LachryMoser I got a quiz question: 

 

Quiz shows on US TV would fall under the ambit of which amendment to the US constitution?

 

 

Oh... you should not feel embarrassed over so little!

 

We all have big gaps in our knowledge.  As long as we know what is important for our life, this is perfectly fine.

 

Don't you read the world news,  and among these, news from America?  How could you have missed the passing away of the most beloved host of Jeopardy Alex Trebek one year ago at 80 y.o. ??  This was very BIG news for a month.  And even before his death, he had been in the news a long time during his battle with pancreatic cancer.  So the news was of interest not only for the general public but also for those who observe the dealings of famous people with serious illnesses, in particular with this deadly cancer that also took the life of Steve Jobs. 

 

I also receive bashings because of my ignorance of certain things,  like not having read one particular article about the negatives of fasting,  for which I was called negligent for not researching the topic before writing about it.  But I don't take these bashings seriously, because I KNOW that I cannot know everything,  so all the bashing does is make me laugh. :) 

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On 11/28/2021 at 1:30 PM, 7heaven said:

The key issue is why is Biden desperately releasing 50 million barrels of oil but yet cancelling Keystone and Enbridge projects which destroyed energy independence in US? 

 

These are the truths

 

No!

The part that Biden cancelled Enbridge is a lie you go on repeating here. you never presented any evidence for your claim that Biden cancelled Enbridge.

 

It is a fact that Biden never cancelled Enbridge.

 

The rest what you post are just claims or your personal opinion.

 

Claims and personal opinions do not amount to truths.

 

 

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